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that he could be perfected. they are the one is that changed the penal system from one that punished and incarcerates to one informed. i asked how comfortable they would be with charles manson sitting next to them because he made a lot more license plates. at any rate they reform everything about the income tax or federal reserve board and their goal is nothing short of perfect man in this world. the constitutionalists are very much out of the founders mold and say we don't trust men. and so we want to make sure there are so many checks and balances that it is difficult for people to enact laws on other people even out of the goodness of their heart. usually the worst legislation comes from. >> host: where do you teach? >> guest: i teach history at the university of dayton. it has been very good to me. a wonderful place to work. i have been supported, named scholar of the year, great place to work. >> host: along have you been there? >> guest: 27 years. >> host: how did you get into history and teaching? >> guest: i grew up in arizona, great little town of 12,000 people, and now it i
. by the way, they're the ones to change the penal system from one that punishes and incarcerates to one that reforms. i just miss him a comfortable they be the charles manson sitting next to them because he made a lot more license plates. they reform everything about the financial system with the income tax and their goalie is nothing short of perfect man in this world. the constitutionalists right of the founders multicity don't trust men. even good men, we don't trust the man. we want to make sure there's so many checks and balances that it's difficult for people to enact laws on other people. even out of the goodness of their heart, which are usually for the worse legislation comes from. >> host: where do you teach? >> guest: the university of dayton. dayton has been very, very good to me. i've been supported. it's a great place to work. this'll be 27 years. >> host: how do you get into the history of teaching? >> guest: i grew up in arizona, a great town called chandler, only 12 dozen people. today it's a quarter of a million. all through high school and college i played drums in ro
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